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    February 10, 2013
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sunny. high pressure once again is in command of our weather. it still sits offshore and because of that we have some northerly winds that are keeping us quite cool but a northeastly wind picks up this afternoon. that will bring temperatures out of the 30s and 40s this morning, and by this afternoon mid-50s to the lower 60s. winds coming up just a couple degrees today. winds will get quite gusty tonight in the higher elevations so that playoff set some of the freezing temperatures in our valleys. we will talk about how long this extended dry outlook is going to be with us and a look at valentine's day. that's coming up a little bit later. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. a surprise development this morning in the case of former lapd officer christopher dorner. on the run after allegedly killing three people. clayton sandal has the latest. >> we are coming together today to catch mr. dorner. >> overnight the lapd announced
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that the 2007 case that got christopher dorner fired from the department for allegedly lying is now being reopened by the police chief. >> it feels dorner's anger over that firing that apparently prompted his alleged rampage this being week. but the la police chief insists that has nothing to do to investigate the case. >> i'm not doing this to appease him. i'm doing this so that the community has faith in what the police department does. and i'm going to make a rigorous inspection to either validate or row future his claim. >> abc news has also learned that thursday a man claiming to be dorner calderon daily kwan, the former police captain who represented corner in his legal battle against the department. he's the father of monica kwan, anssi sis distant basketball coach that police say was shot to death last sunday. dorner called the grieving father to opportunity him. according to a federal warrant
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obtained by abc news, the man calling tells kwan he should have done a better job protecting his daughter. >> at a game saturday players and fans paused for a moment of silence. dorner hasn't been seen minutes thursday when police say he shot three officers, killing one. >> officer shot multiple times! >> we will look under every rock, we will look around every corner inference the mountains where his burned-out truck was found with a broken axle and two ar-15 rivals inside. heat detecting helicopters are now searching a trail gone cold. they are still guarding 50 officers and their families that he threatened in that online manifesto. they are also beefing up the number of officers guarding tonight's grammy awards in los angeles. abc news, big bear, c.. >> scores of police and military personnel are gathering in fremont at this hour. fortunately there's no
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emergency. it's a disaster drill. kira klapper joins us live to explain how this training can protect you. good morning, kira. >> good morning, carolyn. this drill called operation rolling chaos started just about an hour ago. as you said, fire, police, military personnel are here. it's to simulate how they react immediately to a disaster such as you said a damn break. we are here at often tech college. they are about 500 people here right now. they are fine-tuning their skills on how to respond to a mass casualty, a potential disaster and how to identify survivors, people who can walk and talk and separate them from people who need to be immediately hospitalized. organizers cited a 2009 study by the water district that shows a break in the anderson dam near morgan hill could unleash 30-foot high waves, walls of
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water, sag it could happen and we all need to be prepared. >> there are some things on the books that has to be done. earthquake will take a dam away or take a levy away easily. don't forget sacramento is actually built 12 feet below the level of the river. if the levy breaks, sacramento will be flooded in twelve feet of water. >> they say during hurricane katrina that was a disconnect between the first responders and the military and that sometimes hindered rescue efforts. the goal of this simulation this morning is to get different emergency responders on the same page before disaster strikes. organizers tell me people have been telling them there's no way to be 100% prepared for a disaster, but they tell me that won't stop them from trying. reporting live in fremont, kira klapper, abc news. >> an extensive drill. thank you, kira. new this morning san francisco police are investigating a fatal shooting. officers arrived to find a man with a gunshot wound at hayes
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street just after 2:00 this morning. he was pronounced dead a short time later. no suspect information is available. new this morning a police consultant hired to help turn around oakland's crime problem will speak this afternoon at a public meeting. robert wassermann, chairman of the strategic policy partnership, will speak at the first of several meetings. the agenda formerly called for the police chief to lead the discussion, but protesters have strongly objected to his stop-and-frisk tactics used in those cities, saying the practice leads to racial profiling do they they have decided to keep him out of the spotlight. today's meeting take place in the performing arts center at holy name university from 3:00 to 5:00 this afternoon. >> the woman killed on her bike in front of at&t park yesterday morning has now burn identified
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by san francisco police. 48-year-old diane sullivan of san francisco was involved in a collision with a cement truck traveling west on king street across from the ballpark. police say the truck driver is cooperating, and it does not appear drugs or alcohol were involved. >> coming up next, a new report commissioned by the paterno family has just been released. why the family calls penn state's analysis of the jerry sandusky child sex abuse scandal a total failure. and we will till why former giants slugger barry bonds will giants slugger barry bonds will be back in f [ male announcer ] with citibank it's easy for jay to deposit checks from anywhere. [ wind howling ] easier than actually going to the bank. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank.
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last year which did accuse them of covering up the scandal. jerry sandusky cass sentenced to 30 do 60 years in prison on convictions of 45 criminal counts. katie couric will have an interview with sue paterno tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. >> barry bonds will turn to court on more than. they will here bids on him to overturnos felony conviction. he will try to convince the three judge panel that he was convicted for simply giving a rambling answer that had nothing to do with the sear provided probe he was facing. prosecutors will argue bonds intentionally give misleading or evasive or vague answers to the grand jury when he testified back in 2003 about his use of performance-enhancing drugs.
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new this morning san francisco taxpayers could end upholding the bag for millions of dollars to host the upcoming america's cup. according to "the chronicle," fundraising efforts to cover an estimated $34 million in police, cleanup and transportation costs are falling far short. so far just $14 million have been raised, which could saddle taxpayers with paying the remaining $20 million. the event was originally supposed to bring in $300 million to the city. but it has been downsized from 12 international teams to just three, and that has dried up corporate sponsorship of the event. >> meteorologist lisa argen here now with a preview of your accuweather forecast, including valentine's day. >> a little frosty this morning. certainly on the windshield. as you head on out this morning, still cold in pockets around the bay with mid-30s in some of our valleys downtown or in the mid-40s. so we will talk about temperatures near 50 now in
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monterey. that forecast and the look ahead for the bay area is next. >> thank you, lisa. i know why you were talking monterey. bill murray is there entertaining fans with his swing and his antics. mike shumann has the third round highlights of the at&t pebble beach pro-am coming u
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concerned i guess about the lack of precision. it's nice to have the dry days but not really. >> we have an outlook that goes out 100 days and it's showing very little precip in the days and even weeks ahead. as we start out this morning it's been very cold and it's beginning to warm up. boy, here and in some of our valleys north and east bay down below freezing early on. right now in the mid-30s in santa rosa. this, of course, is a view from mt. tam. nice and sunny out there. the high elevations today above 1,000 feet will be experiencing some perhaps gusty offshore winds from time to time but that will mix the atmosphere and allow for a little warming today, just a the bit. a couple degrees today and a couple degrees tomorrow. clear conditions across the bay area and with that the calm winds right now allow for still very cool numbers. redwood city 35. 36 in santa rosa but with a little sunshine. in the mid-40s in palo alto.
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37 santa cruz. near 50 in monterey. so it will be a cool afternoon but with plenty of sunshine. we will look for a pretty nice-looking day today. temperatures just a few degrees below average. breezy this afternoon late in the day. the high elevations in the north and east bay w that mix questioning will get into lower 60s in the warmest locations around the bay. tonight it will be cool but some mixes may allow for the numbers to stay up above freezing just for the night because we are back for the freezing temperatures monday night. the look ahead, warming conclusions through the middle of the week, and that includes next weekend with dry weather, president's day, the holiday for most phoenix, featuring no new snow, no new rain in the forecast. getting concern with rain call. a percentage of normal flipping to about 92% in san francisco. we are looking at high pressure still anchored offshore. and in the days ahead it continues to build closer to the
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coast. but for now we are looking at that cold start, the northerly flow and through the days ahead we will look for this offshore flow to allow for temperatures to come up in some of the mid-and upper 60s around the bay. and further south we could see about 70 degrees with numbers well above average wednesday, into valentine's day, even friday the ridge is holding strong. so still ahead some stubborn rain in southern california, higher elevation snow. recovering from that with numbers still cool, 58 in san diego. 58 fresno and numbers on the other side of 60 in sacramento. we are down to 11 earlier this morning in lake tahoe. 35 for an afternoon high. plenty of sunshine. and back home we are lacking at numbers about two to three degrees above yesterday's reading. so with those northeast winds a little cool in the higher elevations to start and then we will have that warming in the afternoon. 59 in antioch with 61 down around san jose. look for 60 today in gilroy.
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59 in watsonville. we saw that sun along the central coast, pebble beach once again today. veriling change with plenty of blue sky and numbers in the mid-50s for the afternoon. the warm really gets underway by tuesday with mid-60s around the bay. wednesday and thursday, mid-and upper 60s. holding that through friday. and then as the ridge breaks down, we will cool off but we are not going to see rain. >> all right. you said perfect golf weather in monterey for pebble beach. in sports the leaders are just about to tee off in the final round of the at&t pebble beach national pro-am on the monterey peninsula. here's mike shumann to tell us which celebrities and pros made the cut in this morning's sports. good morning. let's tee it up at pebble beach. third round of the at&t national pro-am. the amateurs try to make the cut while the pros are trying to keep focus through six-hour rounds. phill mickelson had a rough day. slips on 18.
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he's okay. but 11 shots back after a triple bogey. bill murray channeling david acres. here's david barton with the hole. for the second straight year murray will not play on sunday, but he goes down fighting. knocks down a long birdie putt on ten. and like all actors, gives some love to the camera. a closeup. i could have done without that. and last year's champ, brandt snedeker, finished second. trying to break through with the birdie. look at this approach on eight. 6 feet. birdie. the great one, wayne gretzky, playing part of this weekend and justin johnson is dating gretzky's daughter. he makes the long birdie put. they are going to play today. all right. and snedeker again. he mass math skills. shot 4-under 68. sixth in landing number nine. he will tap it in for another birdie. some of these celebrities know how to play. check out actor andy garcia. shot on the par-317. gets a nice bounce. look at this. it rolls to the cup. are you kidding me? three inches short. i'll give him that putt.
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49er head coach jim harbaugh still competing despite losing in the super bowl. 30-footer, nails it. he's going to play today. tied for 8. 4 back of amateur leader tony romo. the leaderboard, brandt snedeker and rookie james hahn tied at 12-under. hahn at 66. at supply glass. everyone plays pebble today as we look for the 2013 champion. the warriors all of a sudden can't win on the road. host by dallas, ending a four-game trip and they lose all four. defense seems to be optional. this is their fourth game in five nights and it got ugly. one highlights to show you. richard jefferson, only five points. but this jam was nice. o. j. mayo catches golden state napping. goes between defenders, lays it in. he had 19 on the night. david lee, three of the warriors 15 turnovers. shawn marion obliges. 2 of his 26. warriors trail by 26 at the half. mavericks just having fun in the second half, nice passing to mayo for the finish.
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golden state shot 38% from the field. they drop all four games on the road trip. 116-91, the final. sharks hosting the coyotes. final game before their six-game road trip. this game was all about the goalies. antti niemi, 41 saves. -- 21 saves. glove save on torres. 33 saves. robbing justin braun in the third. game went to shootout. schmid continued to shine, stopping james sheppard. fourth shutout of the year for smith and niemi gave up two goals. sharks lose their fourth straight 1-0 in a shootout. >> final round at pebble beach tonight at five o'clock. i'm mike shumann. have a great day! >> coming up next, valentine's day is just a few days away. we will show you how peo
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>> herest winning numbers from last night's million dollars super lotto plus. no one got all six numbers. wednesday's jackpot is estimated at $21 million. new this morning, valentine's day is thursday, but
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what is now a pre-valentine's day tradition is being held in the south bay today. the annual feathers of fury pillow fight is being held at noon in san jose. the organizer's website says it will be in front of the museum of art at the so-called circle of trees. each weekend before valentine's day a flash mob goes at it the huge pillow fight creates quite a mess, so if you plan to take part, organizers say please bring trash bags to help clean up afterwards. good idea. what will the weather be lake as they are fighting it out today, lisa argen, our meteorologist here? >> we are certainly warming up. temperatures fairly similar to yesterday but maybe a couple degrees warmer. upper 50s to lower 60s. a slow warming trend for the middle of the week but then we will really get things going to upper 60s to near 70 for valentine's day and then cooler into next weekend
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dry, dry, dry. >> well, that's too bad. that is going to do it tore us this morning. thank you for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler along with lisa argen. we are ending early because of the nba showcase. the clippers will be playing the knicks. have a great day and happy year
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neither win, rain, fleet or slow could stop the faithful from making their way to the garden to see their beloved knicks. finding nom nemo.
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>> chris paul, what a move. >> comes alive. >> on the follow. >> three plays. >> don't see him do that very often. >> lebron has it all. >> how about that look from wade. >> he he hmade it look so easy. welcome to our studios in downtown los angeles where the clippers and lakers are out the grammys are in. i'm mike wilbon alongside jalen rose, bill simmons and m